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  FAA Part 139 Ops Required Training
Part 139.313 Snow and Ice Control Plan
Part 139.313 Snow and Ice Control Plan
This video discusses Airport Winter Safety and Operations that is outlined in FAA's AC 150/5200/30, current edition. In this video, you will learn to identify priorities in the movement areas, how these locations will be cleared, the type of materials used, procedures for responding quickly to snow and ice conditions, and developing appropriate field condition reporting procedures.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150/5200-30D Airport Field Condition Assessments and Winter Operations Safety
 
Duration: 10 min
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Part 139.339 Airport Condition Reporting (NOTAMs)
Part 139.339 Airport Condition Reporting (NOTAMs)
It is the airport's responsibility to report any condition that might affect the safety of aircraft using the airport. This video defines NOTAMs, discusses the purpose and conditions for issuing a NOTAM, and friction measurement testing and reporting. The new standards and regulations for R-CAM and TALPA are also introduced in this training. This training is an overview of Airport Condition Reporting/NOTAM (Notice to Airmen) issuance procedures as discussed in FAR Part 139.339.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150/5200-28F Notices to Airmen for Airport Operators
 
Duration: 17 min
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Part 77 Exercise
Part 77 Exercise
The following is an example of a disabled aircraft in the Movement Area and how to use the Part 77 imaginary surfaces to determine if it is an obstruction.
 
Related Document(s):  AC150/5300-13
 
Duration: 5 min
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Part 139.309 Safety Areas
Part 139.309 Safety Areas
FAA regulations require airports to provide safety areas beyond the surface of each runway and taxiway, in the event an aircraft undershoots, overruns, or veers off the surface. This video reviews important elements from Part 139.309 Safety Areas. Also, it provides an overview of runway and taxiway safety areas, Runway Protection Zone, Object Free Area, and Precision Object Free Zone.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150/5300-13
 
Duration: 8 min
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Part 139.331 Obstructions
Part 139.331 Obstructions
Federal regulations have been developed to help protect the airspace and instrument approaches to airports from construction towers, buildings, and other objects that would interfere with the airspace. This video examines airport construction issues as well as federal aviation regulations that deal with potential obstructions which may pose a hazard to the safety of the airport. You will learn about five imaginary surfaces used to protect airport runways, runway protection zones, new construction requirements, and how to handle obstructions around your airport.
 
Related Document(s):  49 CFR Part 77
 
Duration: 10 min
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Part 139.341/319 Identifying, Marking, and Lighting Construction and Other Unserviceable Areas
Part 139.341/319 Identifying, Marking, and Lighting Construction and Other Unserviceable Areas
Construction activities may create hazardous practices and marginal conditions that can interfere with an airport's safe operation. This video describes the procedures you should follow for any construction project as outlined in Part 139.341 Identifying, Marking, and Lighting Construction and Other Unserviceable Areas. You will learn about airport operational safety, airport responsibilities, common threats to safety during construction, inspections before and during periods of construction activity, construction near NAV-AIDS, and marking and lighting of hazardous areas.
 
Duration: 15 min
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Part 139.329: Pedestrians and Ground Vehicles
Part 139.329: Pedestrians and Ground Vehicles
This training is designed to cover the basics of airfield driving safety and incursion prevention, per FAR 139.329, Pedestrians and Ground Vehicles. Topics include: airfield environment, radio communication, airport vehicles, ATCT procedures, movement and non-movement areas, airport rules, and the consequences of failure to abide by these rules.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150 5210-20A Ground Vehicle Operations
 
Duration: 38 min
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Part 139.337: Wildlife Hazard Management
Part 139.337: Wildlife Hazard Management
This video covers airport wildlife hazard management issues, including required-training elements detailed in FAR Part 139.337.
 
Duration: 6 min
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Part 139.311/319 Airport Familiarization - Marking, Signs, and Lighting
Part 139.311/319 Airport Familiarization - Marking, Signs, and Lighting
Understanding the purpose of and the requirements for airfield markings, signs and lighting is an important element of airfield safety. This video will help you identify the various airfield markings, signs and lighting while driving in the movement and non-movement areas.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150/5340-1 Current Edition
 AC 150/5340-18 Current Edition
 AC 150/5340-30 Current Edition
 AC 150/5345-44 Current Edition
 
Duration: 22 min
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Part 139.333 Protection of NAVAIDS
Part 139.333 Protection of NAVAIDS
Today, even with the ever growing role of satellite-based navigation systems such as GPS, pilots still depend on a variety of land-based airport navigation aids such as instrument landing systems, or ILS, and various kinds of airport visual aids, such as airfield movement area lighting systems. This video covers the maintenance responsibilities of certificated airports regarding navigational aids. Also, you will learn how to conduct inspections, and provide protection of NAVAIDs on airport property.
 
Duration: 8 min
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Part 139.335 Public Protection
Part 139.335 Public Protection
Fences can help airports comply with federal regulations that require aircraft movement areas to remain secure from unauthorized individuals and vehicles. This video explains Part 139.335, Public Protection. You will learn the importance of security, fence inspections and maintenance.
 
Duration: 3 min
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Part 139.323 Traffic and Wind Direction Indicators
Part 139.323 Traffic and Wind Direction Indicators
In this age of high tech digital read-outs, pilots still rely on, and the FAA requires, wind indicators or socks at every certificated airport. This video provides an overview of primary and supplemental wind indicators as stated in FAA's Part 139.323. You will learn the proper maintenance and inspection of wind cones, standard FAA wind cone sizes, and wind sock requirements.
 
Related Document(s):  Specification for Wind Cone Assemblies
 Design and Installation Details for Airport Visual Aids
 Segmented Circle Airport Marker System
 
Duration: 5 min
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FAR Part 139.305 Paved Areas/139.307 Unpaved Areas
FAR Part 139.305 Paved Areas/139.307 Unpaved Areas
The condition of an airport's runways, taxiways, and ramps is a critical factor in the safety of its operations. Pavements at airports are under continual stress from aircraft activity and variations in temperature throughout the year. This video reviews FAA's Part 139.305 requirements for paved areas and Part 139.307 unpaved areas. You will learn the inspection requirements and maintenance of each runway, taxiway, loading ramp, and parking area at your airport.
 
Related Document(s):  Part 139.305/Part 139.307 Paved and Unpaved Areas
 
Duration: 7 min
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FAR Part 139 for Operations Subpart D 139.301 Records/139.303 Personnel
FAR Part 139 for Operations Subpart D 139.301 Records/139.303 Personnel
Proper recordkeeping makes running an airport easier, and the extra effort it takes to formalize daily data not only creates a historical record, but is a FAA requirement. This video focuses on Part 139.301 Records and Part 139.303 Personnel requirements. You will learn what records need to be maintained for FAA inspections, and personnel requirements at your airport.
 
Related Document(s):  Part 139.301 Records Part 139.303 Personnel
 
Duration: 5 min
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FAR Part 139 for Operations:  Subpart B Certification
FAR Part 139 for Operations: Subpart B Certification
In this video you will learn the procedures on how to apply for an Airport Operating Certificate, the key components necessary to operate at an airport and how to file an exemption from any requirement of the certificate.
 
Related Document(s):  FAR Part 139 Subpart B Certification
 
Duration: 5 min
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FAR Part 139 Title 14 CFR Part 139 for Operations - Subpart C
FAR Part 139 Title 14 CFR Part 139 for Operations - Subpart C
The Airport Certification Manual or ACM contains the airport's plan of how it will meet Part 139 minimum standards. This video provides an overview of Title 14 CFR Part 139 for Operations Subpart C, Airport Certification Manual. This video discusses the general requirements and contents of an ACM. Also, it reviews how to handle amendments to your ACM.
 
Related Document(s):  Airport Certification Manual
 
Duration: 11 min
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Title 14 CFR Part 139 for Operations - Subpart A
Title 14 CFR Part 139 for Operations - Subpart A
This video reviews the US Code of Federal Regulations - Title 14 CFR document. FAR Part 139 is the part of Title 14 CFR used for governing an airport's authority to operate. The focus of this video is to explain the key terms and definitions used in Part 139 specifically Subpart A. You will learn about airport classes, Part 139 requirements, and much more.
 
Related Document(s):  Overview Title 14 CFR of the Code of Federal Regulations
 Part 139 Certification of Airports
 
Duration: 13 min
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Part 139.321/319: Handling and Storing of Hazardous Substances and Materials
Part 139.321/319: Handling and Storing of Hazardous Substances and Materials
This program covers the basics on proper storage and handling of hazardous materials as discussed in Part 139.321 and Part 139.319 Aircraft Cargo Hazards,including Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Goods Incidents. It also includes a brief overview of hazardous materials that are shipped as aircraft cargo, and reviews key concepts on handling fuel on the airport.
 
Related Document(s):  Cert Alert 06-08
 Cert Alert 11-01
 NFPA 407
 AC 150/5230-4A
 
Duration: 8 min
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Part 139.325/319 Familiarization with Firefighters' Duties Under the Airport Emergency Plan
Part 139.325/319 Familiarization with Firefighters' Duties Under the Airport Emergency Plan
Airport emergencies can take many shapes and can occur at any time. It is important for an airport to have a plan in place to define its response to all types of emergencies. This video describes all aspects of creating and executing an airport emergency plan. You will learn AEP objectives and key elements, the participants, and why it is important to conduct routine tabletop and full-scale exercises.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150/5200-31 Current Edition
 
Duration: 11 min
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Part 139.327 Airport Self Inspection
Part 139.327 Airport Self Inspection
An airport self-inspection is an essential component of Part 139 compliance. This program covers the basics of a self-inspection program as discussed in Part 139.327, and includes some elements detailed in Advisory Circular series 150/5200-18, "Airport Safety Self-inspection." Topics include: inspections of physical facilities, pavement, safety areas, markings and signs, airfield lighting, navigational aids, obstructions, fueling operations, wildlife, public protection, construction, ARFF, and snow and ice.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150/5200-18C Airport Safety Self-Inspection
 
Duration: 25 min
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